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NASCAR Beginnings Featuring ‘Mad’ Marion MacDonald, Herman ‘The Turtle’ Beam & More

The best thing about researching NASCAR history is the little nuggets you find along the way. Not everyone can be a star but that doesn't mean they don't have a story to tell.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Texas

Carl Edwards: Edwards took third at Texas, passing Tony Stewart’s gassed out car on the final lap, as Roush Fenway Racing placed all four cars in the top 7.

NASCAR’s Ratings Continue To Rise Despite An Unpredictable Economy

We are three races into the 2011 season, and already NASCAR is seeing a trend which hasn’t been witnessed since the series went to National television in 2001.

Denny Hamlin Could Find Redemption at Phoenix With Better Fuel Strategy

The last time Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin visited Phoenix International Raceway, he was only two races away from accomplishing what no other driver had been able to achieve since NASCAR brought into play the Car of Tomorrow.

NASCAR Beginnings Featuring Wendell Scott

Scott will always be remembered as the man who prepared the way for future generations of minorities in stock car racing. But what we should never forget is this. Wendell Scott was at heart simply a racer.

Trevor Bayne – The Best of Both Worlds

Trevor Bayne is bursting with energy and loving every minute of his life. Add talent and determination to the equation and you have a recipe for success.

Kyle Busch Becomes Poster Boy For ‘Have At It Boys’ With Display of Emotion

When Robin Pemberton uttered those four words last year in January, a lot of people were curious as to how the drivers would react.

Scott Speed Files 6.5 Million Lawsuit Against Red Bull Racing

After being told he wouldn’t be driving for them at the end of November, Scott Speed is filing a $6.5 million lawsuit against Red Bull Racing for breaking terms in the contract.

NASCAR’s Final Chapter of 2010: Horseshoes, Hand Grenades and Hope

The Daytona 500 may still be months away, but fans, media and the drivers themselves are already gearing up for the 2011 season. After the wild ride that we took in 2010, how could next year possibly compare?

The Story of Ron Malec, Car Chief for Championship Team No. 48

When it comes down to a championship team, most people focus on the driver. Then there are some who focus on the crew chief and car owner, yet how many care to look at the car chief?

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